Members can now access private healthcare 

Dyfed Powys Police Federation members and all police staff now have the opportunity to enjoy the many benefits of private healthcare thanks to the launch of the Northern Police Healthcare Scheme within the Force.

Available to all police officers and staff for as little as £16 a month, members of the scheme will receive access to full private healthcare facilities at local hospitals serving all areas of the Force, and serving officers who subscribe will also receive free Police Treatment Centres membership. Flint House is not currently included.

Partners within the scheme include Nuffield Health, BMI Werndale and the brand new state of the art HMT Sancta Maria. The scheme also works with other partners close to the Shropshire and North Wales Borders, thus enabling staff from across the Force to benefit.

The Federation welcome the launch of the scheme, which is free for the first year to new to service joiners. Fees will apply for family members.

There are multiple benefits to private health cover, including not having to wait as long for a hospital appointment, a wider range of specialist treatments and, of course, access to a private room during treatment. Membership also gives people access to the Police Treatment Centres which offer both physiotherapy and mental wellbeing programmes.

Members looking to get away will also receive exclusive discounts to a luxury holiday home in Northumberland. 

The spouse, partner, or dependent children under the age of 21, of a serving police officer who is a member of the scheme, is also eligible to apply.

The scheme is not for profit and prices are very favourable when compared to many similar service providers.

For more information or for an application pack please contact Dai Gaskins at or Eleri Maynard

Or call the Federation Office on 01267 220 731.

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